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I was trained as a professional communicator, a degree qualified Public Relations and Communications specialist. However, my early professional career skills didn't help me to navigate the emotional and psychological challenge of communicating as a partner, a parent and friend, especially in the context of having a family member with a serious substance addiction. Persuasion and strategic communication had a limited shelf life in building deep trust and lasting relationships for healing and wellbeing in my family. I needed a deeper sense of emotional resilience with my own fears and vulnerabilities and I sort out strategies for my own wellbeing to stay sane. 

In 2010 I found Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent Communication (NVC). This work transformed my communicating and my inner emotional skills and allowed me to sit with myself and alongside others and express empathy in ways that were transformative.

I learned how to shift out of self-sacrifice and the resentment I felt about other's not recognising my needs. I began to understand that our mutual wellbeing and wellness begins with these rich relational and communication skills.

There is a difference between the communication we are "conditioned" to speak and the courageous and compassionate language that's aligned with a deeper sense of who we are and what we need. When we are connected in genuine friendship with ourselves, our wellbeing aspects and with our community, we truly begin to flourish. When we learn to stretch with courage into those aspects of our wellbeing we become activated to really live well, leave well and inspire others as we go. 

If you're ready for the excitement and challenge of activating your wellbeing, then I invite you to get curious with me.
Book a coaching inquiry call with me today.

Podcast - Wellbeing oriented goal setting, with Get Out of Teaching podcast.

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